Join the Rhode Island Historical Society and White Dog Distilling on Thursday, March 10th at 6pm for the continuation of Drink in the History, a year-long series pairing RI beverages with history talks.
The program will be hosted at White Dog Distilling, where co-owner and co-founder Alecia Catucci will offer a tasting and behind-the-scenes tour. Participants will learn about White Dog’s process of distilling and bottling their liquor in the newly renovated production space that has yet to be seen by the public. Tickets include a welcome cocktail, moonshine and rum flight, and locally sourced light fare. Following the tasting, researchers Traci Picard and Andrew Polta will share the story of Eliza Granger, a female distiller in Providence’s Snowtown community in the early nineteenth century.
Tickets are $40 for RIHS members and $45 for non-members and can be purchased at rihs.org.